News of Note—Intel brings muscle to uCPE; Telefónica adds AWS to cloud portfolio; Adva adds virtualized encryption to cloud

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Telefónica Business Solutions adds Amazon Web Services to its cloud offerings. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Intel announced a new universal customer premises equipment reference design for its chipsets that was created to help service providers deliver managed services to their enterprise customers. SDxCentral article

> Telefónica Business Solutions struck a deal to add Amazon Web Services to its cloud portfolio. Release


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> Adva added virtualized encryption for hybrid and multicloud environments to its ConnectGuard security suite. Release

>RingCentral announced an SD-WAN connectivity partner program on Thursday that included VeloCloud, CloudGenix, Riverbed, Cradlepoint, Windstream and GTT Communications as members. Channel Partners article


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